presented by Margaret K. Sherman, P.E and Michael J. Cuddy, P.E. The Frankford Avenue Bridge, located in the Holmesburg neighborhood of Philadelphia, is the oldest continuously used roadway bridge in the United States. The three span, stone masonry, arch bridge carries a two-lane road with flanking sidewalks over Pennypack Creek. Originally built in 1697 as part of
presented by David Rowland, President and CEO of Second Federal Savings & Loan Association of Philadelphia.
presented by Lori Aument, building conservator and founder of the Philadelphia history podcast, Found in Philadelphia.
presented by Rebecca Cordes Chan, Executive Director of Friends of the Rail Park
presented by Tyler Ray, aspiring urban planner, historic preservationist, and public historian based in North Philadelphia.
presented by Amber Wiley Ph.D., Matt and Erika Nord Director of the Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights Sites (CPCRS).
presented by Dr. Suzanne Singletary, Director of the Center for the Preservation of Modernism at Jefferson, and Suzanna Barucco, principal of sbk + partners, LLC.
presented by Penny Bach, former Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Association for Public Art (aPA).
presented by James Garrison, architect and author.
Presented by Janice Sykes-Ross, Executive Director of The West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance and The Paul Robeson House and Museum